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Employment History

Director and General Manager of Property Consultants

Centaline Property Agency Limited


Vice General Manager and Director

Centaline Property Agency Limited


Director Assistant General Manager

Centaline Property Agency Limited


Web References(3 Total References)


HK agencies see potential in mainland amid gloom

www.franshion.com [cached]

Lai Kwok-keung, a director and general manager of Centaline (China) Property Consultants, said mainland property transactions had stabilised after their recent falls, but the immediate outlook for the market was uncertain.


www.thestandard.com.hk

And Lai Kwok-Keung, Centaline (China) vice general manager and director, said that in the last five to six years, the percentage of purchases by Hong Kong buyers in the Shenzhen market remained steady at 10 percent of the total in Shenzhen.But, "Those who want to buy a flat in the mainland have already done that," Lai said.


The Standard - Mainland curbs hold back homebuyers - Business Section

www.thestandard.com.hk [cached]

Kwok-keung Lai, director assistant general manager of Centaline for China, said buying sentiment was dampened by the central government's anti-speculative measures."The prices of secondhand flats in Shanghai may fall more than 30 percent this year," Lai said.However, the impact of the government's measures on home markets in Shenzhen and Guangzhou should be minimal."Unlike Shanghai where speculators are prevailing, the majority of homebuyers in the two cities are end-users," he said. eli.lau@singtaonewscorp.com


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